Honeymoons in England

England is the perfect honeymoon location if you're looking for somewhere close to home with lots of culture, history and beautiful scenery to explore. Whether you want vibrant cities or beautiful landscapes, there's something to suit everyone on honeymoon in England. 

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England Overview

England is the perfect honeymoon location if you are looking for somewhere exciting with lots to offer, that is just a short distance away. On honeymoon in England you can visit vibrant cities full of museums, landmarks and bustling shops, or visit beautiful rural areas in the Cotswolds and Lake District. 

Pristine beaches in Devon and Cornwall are framed with classic pubs and cafes offering delicious cream teas. If you want piers and retro arcades, why not visit Brighton, full of unique characters and vibrant nightlife. 

There's something for everyone on a honeymoon to England, whether you want history and culture, beautiful scenery or high quality spas and shopping. 

Key Facts for England

Capital City – London

Currency – Sterling

Official Language – English

Flight time: 1 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in England

England is warmest in the summer months - it's best to go from May through to September. 

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Getting Married in England

Marrying in England is a great choice if you want to marry somewhere different, but still have lots of your guests attend. As it is so close to home it's easy to get to, and there is a lot of choice.

By marrying in England you could choose a romantic stately home as your wedding venue, or celebrate in a quaint village hall depending on your tastes. There are also many great pubs with gardens perfect for hog roasts! A wedding in England is ideal if you want something different, yet close to home. 

Marriage Requirements


You do not need a 'Certificat de Coutume' to marry in England.

Find out more about marrying in England here: http://www.dfa.ie/home/index.aspx?id=33744